2009, ISBN: 0814413404 / 978-0814413401
This book is consistent with the PMBOK Guide, takes readers through every phase of a project, showing them how to consider the possible risks involved at every point in the process.
Office of Government Commerce
2010, ISBN: 0113312741 / 978-0113312740
This publication is invaluable across all organisational activities from strategic, programme, project or operational perspectives.
Chris Chapman, Stephen Ward
2011, ISBN: 0470686499 / 978-0470686492
Based on a sound conceptual foundation yet developed to meet practical concerns, this book has become recognised as a standard work on its subject. It sets out the key issues and concepts involved in effective risk and uncertainty management.
Michel Crouhy, Dan Galai
2014, ISBN: 0071818510 / 978-0071818513
Written for risk professionals and non-risk professionals alike, this easy-to-understand guide helps you meet the increasingly insistent demand to make sophisticated assessments of companies' risk exposure.
D. van Well-Stam, F. Lindenaar, S. van Kinderen, B.P. can den Bunt
2004, ISBN: 0749442751 / 978-0749442750
This book is a concise, practical guide to analysing and managing risk in projects. A project is never without risks: these risks can put the whole process and schedule of the project in jeopardy.
2008, ISBN: 0470512849 / 978-0470512845
Risk Analysis concerns itself with the quantification of risk, the modelling of identified risks and how to make decisions from those models. Quantitative risk analysis (QRA) using Monte Carlo simulation offers a powerful and precise method for dealing with the uncertainty and variability of a problem.
Michel Crouhy, Dan Galai, Robert Mark
2000, ISBN: 0071357319 / 978-0071357319
This book aims to show how to implement a risk management system to effectively manage financial and economic risk as well as regulatory capital. It brings developments in risk management techniques used in the financial world and provides an up-to-date look at modern risk management tools.
Bent Flyvbjerg, Nils Bruzelius, Werner Rothengatter
2003, ISBN: 0521009464 / 978-0521009461
This book provides the first detailed examination of the phenomenon of megaprojects. It is a fascinating account of how the promoters of multi-billion dollar megaprojects systematically and self-servingly misinform parliaments, the public and the media in order to get projects approved and built.
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